California is seeing a spike in COVID-19 cases and a number of counties are shifting into increased lockdown; we speak with experts and county health directors about the spiking numbers. The heightened tier levels in the state could dampen economic gains across a number of sectors, including the restaurant industry. Insight takes a closer look at the implications, plus a story of personal connections made during World War Two on this Veterans Day.
- Sacramento County Department of Health Services Director Dr. Peter Beilenson with updates on Sacramento County moving back to most restrictive COVID-19 tier
- Yolo County Public Health Officer Dr. Aimee Sisson checks-in on how her county is navigating the increasing threat of COVID-19
- UC Davis Health Chief of Pediatric Infectious Diseases Dr. Dean Blumberg discusses what the incoming Biden Administration’s COVID-19 task force means for the pandemic
- University of Pennsylvania School of Policy & Practice Economist and Professor Ioana Marinescu on how demoting tiers impacts the economy
- California Restaurant Association President and CEO Jot Condie explains how restaurants are affected by restrictive COVID-19 tiers, and how they can adjust with winter nearly here
- Award-winning author and journalist Diane Covington-Carter shares the story of personal connections her dad made during World War Two on this Veterans Day